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Looking at a melting world

'Meltdown: Visualizing Climate Change' features work in three chapters - The Importance of Glaciers, Current Issues and Meltdown Consequences.
from Horniman Museum on Nov 10, 2019.

Surpassing the Eternally Mysterious Afro-surreal

Cameroon artist Okpu-Egbe addresses "issues regarding climate change, patriarchy, hate, racism, West Papua, Ambazonia, West Sahara, Syria, CAR, and Myanmar.
from Bulger-Buel Gallery on Nov 4, 2019.

100 years of Korean cinema

The London Korean Film Festival will highlight the milestone of 100 years of Korean cinema along with international premieres, guests and events.
from Korean Film Festival on Nov 3, 2019.

Peoples' cinema

The aim of the We The Peoples festival is to screen new films showing how the challenges facing the UN, development agencies and human rights organisations are tackled.
from We The Peoples on Nov 3, 2019.

It's not about the burqa

Writers, poets and activists discuss the contemporary Muslim female experience and intersectional feminism.
from Southbank Centre on Oct 14, 2019.

The world on screen in London

Films from or about African, Asian and Latin American countries at the London Film Festival in October.
from Daniel Nelson on Sep 19, 2019.

A provocation against armchair passivity

An interactive sound and video installation exploring the role of screens in observing global conflicts comes to Battersea Arts Centre on 2 October.
from Battersea Arts centre on Sep 1, 2019.

Supporting non-fiction storytellers

Celebrating the art of non-fiction, London's Open City Documentary Festival nurtures and champions the art of creative documentary and non-fiction filmmakers.
from Open City Documentary Festival on Aug 9, 2019.

Changing cinema from the inside out

Underwire Festival (13-22 September) addresses gender imbalance in film with the aim of changing the industry from the inside out.
from Underwire Festival on Aug 9, 2019.

New gallery will explore trust, identity and health in a changing world

Climate breakdown will be part of a new permanent gallery that will open this year at the Wellcome Collection.
from Wellcome Collection on Jul 18, 2019.
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